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meant play by jon jay with the backhand right on the ground. blanco had gone around second base. now allen craig and everybody on the card infield are saying that he is out of the baseline, and now first base umpire, miller, will get help from gibson. >> meanwhile craig is saying he tagged him, and looked like he got him on the back. >> tim: he did. >> joe: we will get a conference now with the umpires. and he got him on the back. >> tim: he clearly did. >> joe: it should be a double play. miller had a great view of it, but didn't see it. and if somebody else saw something different, then they will call him out. if not, it will be one on, one out. and nobody saw it. >> tim: of course, that is not reviewable. mike matheny arguing, but bill miller -- i beg your pardon, gibson, second base umpire, would have had the best shot at it but he was out in center field making sure that jon jay made the catch, which he did. >> joe: and matheny is still letting bill miller hear it. take a look at the positioning of the umpires. greg gibson, the second base umpire. he stays put. he's right there.
, the cardinals could be a little more vulnerable without mitchell boggs. so we'll see. a key at-bat by jon jay here with two runners on. >> joe: the runners will be at second and third with two out. lopez will get that little meeting from the crew chief yossgary darling before he got o the mound. maybe they let him take the time he needs. again, lopez brought in. then the tarp came on. lopez did not have to face a batter, if the giants didn't want to do that. but they're going to stay with their sidearming left-hander, making his first appearance of this nlcs. it will be that confrontation with jon jay, with runners on at second and third. descalso and kozma. so basically three-and-a-half hours later. we're going to resume play with jay at the plate. one for two on the night. lopez was such a big part of it in 2010. now they're going to repaint the batter's box. >> tim: i know we forgot something. what was it? >> joe: and this grounds crew. they have been busy tonight. they've done a great job. you can see erin andrews actually -- erin andrews asked before the rain really hit how this field is
. not a bad idea trying to drop one down but it's foul. kozma now. shane robinson on deck. and then jon jay against mijares, with jason motte. the cardinal closer getting loose. will have at least a two-run lead in the bottom of this ninth. kozma. strike two. kozma with an rbi single, a stolen base, a run scored in the four-run fourth for st. louis. each side got more in the fourth. after the cardinals got two in the second and the home run by freese. that is all the scoring. fouled back. kozma, not a big guy. he gets a pretty good riff. the count still 0-2. not only does he have a single. for an rbi. but he has lined out to left. >> joe: another 0-2. down for ball one. the giants in their half of this ninth will have the eight, nine and one spot. crawford, pinch-hitter and pagan. two pinch-hitters at the start. kozma strikes out. >> tim: wow! what a disappearing slider by mijares. watch this ball break. it disappears on kozma. missed that ball by eight inchs. that is nasty right there. >> joe: so one out, shane robinson will come off the bench to bat for boggs. one scoreless inning for mit
into that pitch. >> joe: here's jon jay, who has one of the five cardinal hits. strike 1. affeldt has retired all three hitters he's faced. jay with a single, a strikeout and a groundout. mitchell boggs gets loose. good breaking ball has jay flinching, it's 0-2. ball 1. we talked about the cardinals throwing the 3-1 series lead to the braves with great pitching back in 1996. when they lost games five, six and seven, they lost 14-0, 3-1, 15-0. so one run scored for the cardinals the final three games in '96. if they are shutout here tonight, it will be one run scored in the final three games to blow that three-games-to-one advantage here in 2012. jay lays off that pitch in the dirt. 2-2. that was tony la russa's game back in '96. jay holds up. 2-2. >> tim: tony la russa that year replacing joe torre. joe torre, 1996, everybody knows the manager of the new york yankees and they go on to win a world championship. >> joe: here's the 3-2. jay takes a two-out walk and that didn't miss by much. it will bring in the switch-hitting beltran with two out. >> tim: one thing about the cardinals, joe, in their
starts to fall here in the eighth. >> tim: hold the rain. >> joe: it will be the top of the order. jon jay, matt carpenter, matt holliday against lopez. finally got in to this series in game three. one third of an inning, he was the one that was brought in right before the delay. and then came back and got the man at the plate. jon jay. ground ball to first. starts jay with a strike. he's got great action. javier lopez. the 0-1. strike two. so hard on left-handed hitters. >> tim: yeah, when he drops down, as we said last night, the front side comes out of there and you really have no chance. lopez born in puerto rico. moved to washington, d.c., when he was three years old. his dad was an f.b.i. agent. that is what he wanted to be. however, i think he chose the right profession. >> joe: he found a niche. sidearming left-handed specialist. always looking for this type of guy. >> tim: that's right. that is really what the cardinals don't have. >> joe: they have more conventional left-handers, rzepczynski. this guy is deadly on left-handed batters and he gets a strike-out to start his nigh
holder, mcbriar now. his first game with the eagles. a hold for alex henery. jon dorenbos in the game. was listed on the injury list this week but he's able to snap it. this is a 20-yard field goal attempt. inside the left upright is good. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] bud light. for the fans who do whatever it takes. here we go. >> al: at halftime up with of the most popular eagles ever had his number retired. brian dawkins. >> i'd like to thank all of you for allowing me to be me, to act a fool when i wanted to, to lose my mind when i wanted to. >> al: well, he goes into the eagle hall of fame. and it might not be the last hall of fame. >> cris: i agree with you. 37 interceptions, 26 sacks. >> al: afthe'll be making that speech in canton in four years. wilson this time with no flags down. had an earlier runback negated. nnamdi asomugha. it was asomugha that got poked in the eye by ramses barden. doesn't look like much, but you can see the reaction by nnamdi. and he is off to the hospital now. >> cris: each team minus a big guy in the secondary. asomugha for philadelphia. ken phillips,
curveball stays inside to fool schumaker. >> joe: it brings in jon jay, who is 0 for 3 tonight. hitting .200 in this nlcs. he waits. he takes the strike. jay has flied to left, grounded out twice. 0-2. the last time the cardinals were shout out in a postseason game, game four of last year's world series in arlington, texas, the game started by derek holland, who last the 8 1/3. upstairs, the count 1-2. it evened that world series at two games a piece. here's the 1-2 pitch. just outside. 2-2. >> tim: close. >> joe: the next from zito. chopped foul right at the plate. the cardinals started this night trying to wrap up their 19th national league pennant. the giants are looking for therapy 19th and if they do it they will become the third team in nlcs to come back from three games to one. that's a fair ball. he looks back at the umpire as jay is on with one out here in the eighth. >> tim: it may have landed foul, but it went over the bag fair. all it has to do, of course, is go over the bag. good call by first base umpire jerry layne. >> joe: you see belt look back at jerry layne. it's a one-out
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